Dinner Lecture: Christ and the Unicorn: An Allegory of the Incarnation in Art

Thu Dec 5th, 2019 - 5:30 to 8 pm
Presented by Rev. Xavier Seubert, OFM

Christ and the Unicorn: An Allegory of the  
Incarnation in Art

Presented by Rev. Xavier Seubert, OFM

The unicorn is a fabled creature, which, for Christianity, became a symbol of Christ and his Incarnation. This lecture will discuss the creation and history of fifteenth  century unicorn tapestries at The Cloisters of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and offer an analysis of their imagery as an artistic celebration of the Incarnation of Christ.

Dinner begins at 5:30 in our main dining room, followed by the lecture at 6:30. Lecture will last about an hour, followed by time for Q&A and discussion.

Register online with your credit card below. For any questions regarding registration, please call Gayle Mann at (716) 805-1438 or email gmann@cks.edu

 

Dinner Lecture, December 5, DINNER + LECTURE
$35.00
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Dinner Lecture, December 5, LECTURE ONLY
$25.00
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